The province is reporting 1,534 cases of COVID-19 today (Sunday, November 22) as well as 14 deaths related to the virus.
Locally, there are 490 new cases in Peel, 460 in Toronto and 130 in York Region.
Since yesterday, 1,429 more cases have been resolved and nearly 46,400 additional tests were completed.
“The spread of COVID-19 has reached a critical point,” said Health Minister Christine Elliott.
“We need everyone to do their part and follow public health advice to stop the spread of COVID-19.”
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Peel and Toronto will be re-entering lockdown tomorrow (Monday, November 23).
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